These articles work together to continually tell the story of how the State worked to make space for the extension. Some of the articles such as the picture of the Eighth Ward next to the Capitol tell us about why people wanted to expand. The article about the bill tells us about the legal measures that were happening to make this possible. The rest of the articles give us more information about the process of demolition. The article about the State buying 18 more houses may seem confusing at first on its own. Why would the State sell properties on land that they needed? The other articles such as the one where they sold eight houses and the advertisement for the sale of properties and plants help to explain this. The State would sell the properties and the building materials in exchange for the owner demolishing the property themselves. If this did not happen, as we can see in the notice to Brightbill, the properties would be resold and demolished by the new owner. The process helped both the State and the buyer make money, while still leaving out the residents who were hurt the most by this process.